Director and Associate Professor
Concordia University, Ann Arbor
My education has been in experimental psychology, computer science, and business administration. I was at Eastern Michigan University, reaching the rank of professor of computer science and serving as department head for over seven years. I moved to Concordia University, Ann Arbor, to start a program in computer science. (CUAA has merged with Concordia U., Wisconsin, which has a well-established computer science program.) My original area of specialization was artificial intelligence, and I have also been engaged in software engineering, human-computer interaction, and the history of computing, especially of programming techniques and tools.
Information Security, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Programming Languages, Object Oriented computing, paleocomputing
History of Computing in France and in Europe
Chargé de recherche, CNRS & Paris-Sorbonne University. Chercheur associé with the Centre Alexandre Koyré
Pierre-E. Mounier-Kuhn has published two books:
His main fields of interest are:
He collects contemporary art in the form of vintage computer cards and components.
P. Mounier-Kuhn has co-organized a number of international conferences, exhibitions and publications in these fields, and published some 50 papers in French and in English. He participated in "Software for Europe", a collaborative research project within the European Science Foundation. He served in the jury of the Computer History Museum Book Prize (2010-2012).
Development of the Information Systems discipline and its curriculum
Many and varied, but currently mainly on curriculum and the effects of market forces in shaping them and the disciplines from which they derive.
History of Computing in Biomedicine
University of Cambridge
Biomedicine, Technologies of the Self, Psychoanalysis, Markets/Knowledge
Human-computer interaction and design
I'm interested in the intersection of history of technology, software studies and user experience design/human-computer interaction. I found SIGCIS while doing research for my thesis.
Assoc. Prof. of Computer Science
Wheaton College (IL)
My primary technical area is operating systems/distributed systems, though I am also interested in social issues/impacts of (and on) computing. I take particular interest in in the variety of perspectives on what the disciplines/professions in computing--including just where the various things called "computer science" have come from.
media digitization, information work
University of Michigan School of Information
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information. I research the work, workers, and infrastructures underlying large-scale contemporary media digitization processes. I am also very interested in the history of digital imaging technologies and image processing. I found out about SIGCIS from my advisor, Paul Edwards. Thanks!
Minitel, early digital information distribution networks, network policy, regulation, and history
Indiana University, Telecommunications
Minitel, early digital information distribution networks, network policy, regulation and history. Learned about SIGCIS through colleagues
surveillance and privacy, RF-ID, infrastructure and public participation, Asia
University of Virginia
I would like to develop my interests (research and teaching) in computer and internet history. I have been attending SHOT for several years and wanted to be SIGCIS members.
machine translation, Artificial Intelligence, media history, media archaeology
I'm a postdoctoral researcher in NYU's Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. I'm interested in changing conceptions of language and translation as they intersect with technology, particularly with respect to histories of machine translation and natural language processing.
History of mathematics and computing
Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
Histoire of calculating instruments / computing. History of mathematics / Theory of dynamical systems.
Computer History Museum
Len Shustek has been Chairman of the Computer History Museum -- formerly The Computer Museum History Center -- since 1996. His background is Physics (BS, MS, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) and Computer Science (MS, PhD, Stanford University). This "third career" was inspired by teaching a graduate course in computer architecture at Stanford in 1995 and realizing how little of the history was being taught, and preserved.
media studies, history of computing, electronic literature
University of Colorado at Boulder
I direct the Media Archaeology Lab and am currently researching the history of networks outside and/or before the Internet.
Media Studies, History and Philosophy of Science
Leuphana University Lueneburg
Jan Mueggenburg is currently working as a research assistant at the Institute for Culture and Aesthetics of Digital Media (ICAM) at the Leuphana University in Lueneburg, Germany. The title of his dissertation project is »Lively Artifacts. A Media History of Heinz von Foersters Biological Computer Laboratory«. Between 1998 and 2005 he studied media studies, philosophy and British cultural studies at the Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (Germany) and the Edith Cowan University in Perth (Australia). From 2006 to 2010 Jan Mueggenburg was a member of the graduate program »The Sciences in Historical Context« and a pre-doctoral assistant at the Institute for Philosophy at the University of Vienna. Jan was a visiting scholar in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign and at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin.
History of networks and computer science, history of the internet and the web
Researcher at CNRS (France)
National Center for Scientific Research
Computer Science History, Internet and Web History
Computers, astronomy, data
University of California
I teach and do research on the history of technology at UCSB. Some of my new projects relate to computing and data.